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Welcome to a world of travel, entertainment and culture, curated from a global collective of writers, photojournalists and artists. Each article of our award-winning magazine is sure to inspire, no matter which of our destinations you call home.



Oslo, is perfect for strolling around on foot, to take in the varied architecture, superb museums and vibrant nightlife. And the residents’ love of outdoor activities means there are plenty of things to do within the city limits, such as kayaking, hiking and sailing. While Norway itself is a relatively young country, the history of the region is captured in the wonderfully preserved ninth century Viking ships


68 Degrees North, Norway

Mats KahlstrÖm hits the road to document a spectacular surf trip to Norway’s Lofoten Islands. He says: “Snowflakes swirl up from the tracks, occasionally revealing a sign on the old station building: Kiruna. I started my journey four-and-a-half hours ago, upon receiving numerous phone-­calls from a good friend, during which he talked excitingly about a big swell supposed to hit the north of Norway”


Lunch with Jo Nesbø at Aymara, Oslo

Kaye Martindale talks to best-selling Norwegian crime writer Jo Nesbø over scallops, monkfish and a pisco sour at his friend’s Oslo restaurant, Aymara. She says: “We are in Aymara, a finely realised restaurant, named after the native Aymara people of the Andean region of South America. Every detail has been carefully tended to in order to ensure the perfect balance between Mayan aesthetics and contemporary style"

Lunch WithLunch With

Food for thought

Down on Norway’s southernmost tip is a restaurant like no other in Europe.


Ship shape

A storied address in Norway’s capital has been revived with modern art, jazz and some serious design swag